NLRB Member Pearce, One of Two Remaining Democrats, May Not Get Third Term - The National Law Review

On July 19, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

NLRB Member Pearce, One of Two Remaining Democrats, May Not Get Third TermThe National Law ReviewTraditionally, the NLRB is made up of three members of the sitting president’s political party and two members of the minority party. That means that the seat Pearce vacates would be filled by a Democrat appointed by Trump. However, Trump […]

NLRB Member Pearce, One of Two Remaining Democrats, May Not Get Third Term - Lexology

On July 19, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

NLRB Member Pearce, One of Two Remaining Democrats, May Not Get Third TermLexologyTrump has re-shaped the NLRB by nominating Republican Members to fill Board vacancies. Last fall, the U.S. Senate confirmed Marvin Kaplan and William Emanuel, which, along with then-Chairman Philip Miscimarra, a Republican, gave the Board a … …read more

NLRB rejects union's bid to revisit decision on workplace rules - Reuters

On July 19, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

NLRB rejects union’s bid to revisit decision on workplace rulesReutersA divided National Labor Relations Board has turned down a union’s request to reconsider its decision in a case involving Boeing Co that made it easier to defend workplace rules. The board in a 3-2 decision on Tuesday said an International Union of …and more …read […]

Split NLRB Nixes Union's Bid To Challenge Work Rule Test - Law360

On July 19, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

JD SupraSplit NLRB Nixes Union’s Bid To Challenge Work Rule TestLaw360Law360 (July 18, 2018, 8:20 PM EDT) — The National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesday that a union can’t intervene in a case involving the Boeing Co. to challenge the board’s landmark December decision loosening restrictions on workplace rules, …Boeing Case That Set Standard for […]

NLRB says no impact from Janus on employee email case - Reuters

On July 18, 2018, in NLRB, by Staff

NLRB says no impact from Janus on employee email caseReutersThe U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision blocking public sector unions from charging non-members fees for collective bargaining has no bearing on a National Labor Relations Board case questioning whether workers can use company email to engage …and more …read more